Several states in the US are still without a single public DC quick charger.  However, Massachusetts is no longer one of those left out states.

Courtesy of a $35,000 unit donated by Nissan, Massachusetts now has its first one.

Located at the University of Massachusetts, the quick charger is being praised by State Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Richard K. Sullivan Jr. for taking the state the next step towards increasing the number of EVs on its roads.

Sullivan Jr. says that publicly available chargers helps to eliminate the range anxiety issue when deciding whether or not to purchase an EV.

Source: Mass Live